Conceiving a Rainbow Baby: 10 Tips to Help You Get Pregnant After a Miscarriage
Being in good health is one thing you can do to improve your chances of conceiving and having a healthy pregnancy. In fact, British researchers have found that eating fresh fruits and vegetables regularly may reduce your chances of miscarrying by as much as 50 percent. Regular exercise is also important for good health, but you may want to limit how much strenuous exercise you do before and during pregnancy. Some research suggests that strenuous exercise may be linked to miscarriage. Smoking, heavy drinking, or using recreational drugs, as you probably already know, should be discontinued before you try to conceive. These habits are all associated with increased risk of miscarriage. You may also want to limit caffeine to one or two caffeinated beverages a day and reduce your stress levels.